To paraphrase the Bard, a Pontiac G6 with any other roof still drives like a G6. The steering and brakes feel artificially heavy in an attempt to seem sporty, its throttle and engine calibration deliver maximum thrust only from the get-go, and the interior pla
Pontiac has shown us G6 GXP show cars before, first at SEMA in 2004 and again in New York last year. Now, in Detroit, the General is unveiling the actual production model. The most important upgrade is the 3.6-liter V-6, which produces 252 horsepower and 251 p
This coupe is the second G6 GXP show car--the first was a sedan shown at the 2004 SEMA show. Sitting nearly an inch lower than a standard G6, this version sports a ram-air fed, 270-hp, 3.9-liter V-6 mated to a six-speed manual. Inside, Pontiac has added red ch
As Pontiac fights to reestablish itself as a big-time car company, the G6 is its core product, a car that is supposed to lead people into the brand. So it's no surprise that Pontiac has followed up its launch of the G6 sedan this past fall with two additional versions of this crucial model.